7 Works

BIBS-dataset: Biodiversity maintains soil multifunctionality and soil organic carbon in novel urban ecosystems

Conrad Schittko
In this study, we assessed the influence of above- and belowground diversity, as well as urbanization and plant invasions, on multifunctionality and organic carbon stocks of soils in non-manipulated grasslands along an urbanization gradient in Berlin, Germany. We focused on plant diversity (measured as species richness and functional trait diversity) and, in addition, on soil organism diversity as a potential mediator for the relationship of plant species diversity and ecosystem functioning. Our results showed positive...

Morphometric data of two tree frog species and their hybrids from a hybrid zone in Poland

Matthias Stöck, Tomasz Majtyka, Bartosz Borczyk & Maria Ogielska
Under incomplete reproductive isolation, secondary contact of diverged allopatric lineages may form hybrid zones that allow to study recombinants over several generations as excellent systems of genomic interactions, resulting from the evolutionary forces, acting on certain genes and phenotypes. Hybrid phenotypes are expected to either exhibit intermediacy or, alternatively, transgressive traits, which exceed the extremes of their parents due to epistasis and segregation of complementary alleles. While transgressive morphotypes have been examined in fish, reptiles,...

The emergence and development of behavioral individuality in clonal fish

Kate Laskowski, David Bierbach, Jolle Jolles, Carolina Doran & Max Wolf
Behavioral individuality is a ubiquitous phenomenon in animal populations, yet the origins and developmental trajectories of individuality, especially very early in life, are still a black box. Using a high-resolution tracking system, we mapped the behavioral trajectories of genetically identical fish (Poecilia formosa), separated immediately after birth into identical environments, over the first 10 weeks of their life at 3s resolution. We find that (i) strong behavioral individuality is present at the very first day...

ISIMIP2b Simulation Data from the Local Lakes Sector

Rafael Marcé, Donald Pierson, Daniel Mercado-Bettin, Wim Thiery, Sebastiano Piccolroaz, Bronwyn Woodward, Richard Iestyn Woolway, Zeli Tan, Georgiy Kirillin, Tom Shatwell, Raoul-Marie Couture, Marianne Côté, Damien Bouffard, Carl Love Mikael Råman Vinnå, Martin Schmid & Jacob Schewe
The Inter-Sectoral Impact Model Intercomparison Project (ISIMIP) provides a framework for the collation of a set of consistent, multi-sector, multi-scale climate-impact simulations, based on scientifically and politically relevant historical and future scenarios. This framework serves as a basis for robust projections of climate impacts, as well as facilitating model evaluation and improvement, allowing for advanced estimates of the biophysical and socio-economic impacts of climate change at different levels of global warming. It also provides a...

A global analysis of viviparity in squamates highlights its prevalence in cold climates

Anna Zimin, Sean Zimin, Richard Shine, Luciano Avila, Aaron Bauer, Monika Böhm, Rafe Brown, Goni Barki, Gabriel Henrique De Oliveira Caetano, Fernando-Castro Herrera, David Chapple, Laurent Chirio, Guarino Colli, Tiffany Doan, Frank Glaw, L. Lee Grismer, Yuval Itescu, Fred Kraus, Matthew LeBreton, Marcio Martins, Mariana Morado, Gopal Murali, Zoltán Nagy, Maria Novosolov, Paul Oliver … & Shai Meiri
Aim: Viviparity has evolved more times in squamates than in any other vertebrate group. Therefore, squamates offer an excellent model system to study the patterns, drivers, and implications of reproductive mode evolution. Based on current species distributions we examined three selective forces hypothesized to drive squamate viviparity evolution: (1) cold climate, (2) variable climate, and (3) hypoxic conditions, and tested whether viviparity is associated with larger body size. Location: Global. Time period: present day. Taxon:...

Additional file 1 of Frequency of occurrence and habitat selection shape the spatial variation in the antibiotic resistome in riverine ecosystems in eastern China

Chunxia Jiang, Haiyang Chen, Hans-Peter Grossart, Quanfa Zhang, Robby Stoks, Yi Zhao, Feng Ju, Wenzhi Liu & Yuyi Yang
Additional file 1: TableS1. The detailed information ofsampling sites. Table S2. The alpha diversity of ARGs in this study. TableS3. The Mantel test between ARGs and bacteria (species) in each habitats. TableS4. The feactures of the network diagram of ARGs and bacterial communitiesin different habitats. Table S5. The Mantel test between ARGs and MGEsin each habitats. Table S5. The Mantel test between ARGs and MGEs in eachhabitats. Table S6. Co-occurrence of ARGs and MGEs on...

Additional file 1 of Frequency of occurrence and habitat selection shape the spatial variation in the antibiotic resistome in riverine ecosystems in eastern China

Chunxia Jiang, Haiyang Chen, Hans-Peter Grossart, Quanfa Zhang, Robby Stoks, Yi Zhao, Feng Ju, Wenzhi Liu & Yuyi Yang
Additional file 1: TableS1. The detailed information ofsampling sites. Table S2. The alpha diversity of ARGs in this study. TableS3. The Mantel test between ARGs and bacteria (species) in each habitats. TableS4. The feactures of the network diagram of ARGs and bacterial communitiesin different habitats. Table S5. The Mantel test between ARGs and MGEsin each habitats. Table S5. The Mantel test between ARGs and MGEs in eachhabitats. Table S6. Co-occurrence of ARGs and MGEs on...

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  • Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries
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  • Sixth Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University
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  • West China Hospital of Sichuan University
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  • Central South University
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  • University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
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  • Huazhong University of Science and Technology
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  • The Ohio State University
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  • Guangzhou Medical University
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  • Capital Medical University
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  • ShenZhen People’s Hospital
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